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Feb 6, 2013 6:30am PST
that must have gone on with ford motor company when they were trying to decide whether the extra $7 to put baffles in the fuel tanks would be worth it to keep rather. [end]ers from turning into infernos and they decide the process is a little too much to do this and i think this is an analogous kind of situation because a fall can change your life forever. if we don't have a society where something like this would be automatic, it's not worth having. >> thank you. >> next speaker and it looks like there is we have come to the end of the people called if there is anyone else that would like to speak please come forward now. >>> hi my name is dan jordan and i'm with the city sr o collaborative and mere couselor for people. and since this legislation has been introduced and i have learned about it, one of the things that i ask all my clients that come in "does your hotel have grab bars in the bathrooms and phone jacks this the rooms," their normal reply is "no, we don't have that,." many elderly people, and disabled people, excuse me -- are prone to falls. with grab bars, it would be
Feb 7, 2013 2:00pm PST
eula ford two minutes for each of the two candidates or each of the two seats. they are two separate entities. * you'll afford my name is stephen [speaker not understood] >> excuse me. you have two minutes to speak, this is one item. >> two minute for all of them, yes. >>> okay. i am stephen [speaker not understood], i'm the secretary of the veteran affairs commission. i'm here to speak today in advocacy for george gibbs, our former commissioner. he's only been out of the commission for a couple of months, would have been reappointed to his original seat but for a glitch in the paperwork handling. and another person was appointed. so, we really need him back on the commission. he's the salt of the earth. he can work with one of our new commissioners, michael mafay who works for the city, who works for the prosecutor's office and we are in a major initiative now to advocate for the establishment of a veterans court in the city of san francisco. george gibbs will provide the most effective testimony due to his work for many, many years with incarcerated veterans and what their special
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)